Kantara Kannada Movie Review: Kantara movie has been released in theatres. Let us see Kantara Review.
Cast: Rishab Shetty, Sapthami Gowda, Kishore Kumar, Achuth Kumar, Pramod Shetty, Vinay Biddappa, and Others
Director: Rishab Shetty
Producers: Vijay Kiragandur
Music Director: B Ajaneesh Loknath
Cinematographer: Arvind S Kashyap
Editor: Pratheek Shetty, K M Prakash
Kantara Movie Story
The Kantara movie is set in the year 1847 in the Kundapur village, Karnataka. The king of this area is not happy with his life and keeps trying to find peace. When he comes across a deity near a forest, he finally achieves peace. He makes an agreement with the villagers there and exchanges the lands for the deity. Years later in the ’90s, the King’s successors demand the lands back. The forest department also troubles the villagers as they start encroaching on the woodland area. Shiva (Rishab Shetty) takes responsibility and revolts against them. How villagers fight against the landlords and forest department forms the base plot of Kantara.
Kantara Kannada Movie Review: Positive Aspects
- Rishab Shetty is terrific in the role of Shiva. His performance in the climax will leave the audience shocked
- The climax portions and fight sequences will blow our minds
- The screenplay in the first half moves at a rapid pace without any slow movements
- The funny sequences evoke good laughs
- Saptami Gowda did her part quite well
- Kishore Kumar and Achyuth Kumar got good roles and were fine in their roles
- The action scenes give a high
Kantara Kannada Movie Review: Negative Aspects
- The narration does not remain effective in the second half
- After a certain point, the movie becomes entirely predictable
- The movie length is also another flaw as a few minutes should have been chopped off without dragging it unnecessarily
Kantara Movie Review: Technical Aspects
Ajaneesh Loknath’s background score is one of the biggest backbones of the movie. Cinematographer Arvind Kashyap has showcased the rustic nature of the movie quite well. Rishab Shetty’s direction is decent and his narration in the first half is so interesting and okayish in the second half.
Concluding the Kantara Kannada Movie Review, Kantara is a rustic village drama that has been narrated in a gritty manner. The movie has so many engrossing moments that will arrest you.